Speaker: Rev Debra Faulk

Hope, An Orientation to Life

Hope is a spiritual practice of sorts, an intention, and an orientation to life. It is also demanding and sometimes illusive. It is personal and collective, as the great Sufi mystic Rumi says, “There is a secret medicine given only to those who hurt so … read more.

Holding the Light

There are many festivals of light at this time of year. Is there a common thread or threads? Can these offer us hope and/or solace during these both challenging and festive times?  

This service includes our new member recognition ceremony.

Rev Debra Faulk, a lifelong Unitarian Universalist, retired … read more.

What a Web We Weave

We honour the interdependent web of all existence. We envision a world in which our interdependence calls us to love and justice.

This is our covenant to cherish Earth and all beings by creating and nurturing relationships of care and respect. With humility and reverence, we … read more.

Creatively Maladjusted

Martin Luther King Jr said: “Human salvation lies in the hands of the creatively maladjusted.”  Are we such people? How can we become more so?

Rev Debra Faulk, a lifelong Unitarian Universalist, retired in 2021 as Minister Emerita after 11 years with Calgary Unitarians. She received a … read more.

Gratitude Generosity, The Yin and Yang Of It

Ever striving for balance in our lives, this reflection on the fullness of a theology of gratitude and generosity offers a few possibilities. 

Rev Debra Faulk, a lifelong Unitarian Universalist, retired in 2021 as Minister Emerita after 11 years with Calgary Unitarians. She received a BA … read more.

Resilient Love

Resilience is something we have all had personal and collective experience of, or at least the need of it, in these last few years. Love, the theme this month, contributes significantly to our capacity to be resilient. This morning let us reflect on love’s contribution.

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